The Role

Our team is experiencing tremendous growth and in search of a Procurement Specialist. This role is critical to keeping our leaders punctual, organized and assist with the day to day in Procurement. You are instinctually hospitable, and you beam with positive energy. You have impeccable diligence, an unquestionable work ethic and without fail, a high degree of integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.  


  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with Procurement & Supply Chain team. 
  • Balance multiple tasks while improving the efficiency of our Procurement team. 
  • Proactively identify and anticipate scheduling, functional needs, action/follow-up items, priorities, and procurement planning.
  • Purchase Order creation in the ERP system, shipment tracking, delivery coordination, and payment confirmation.
  • Communicates with vendors partners for order status, delivery information, and invoicing.
  • Maintains filing of documents, agreements, and other valuable information for the procurement team
  • Create and maintain tracking documents for new projects and other GTI initiatives
  • Manage the relationship with select vendors, including contract negotiations.
  • Develop strong working relationships and communication with various levels and locations of the organization
  • Manage confidential and sensitive information with the utmost professionalism and maintain confidentiality of all information.
  • Monthly tracking and reporting of cost savings in collaboration with Procurement Manager.
  • Perform additional administrative duties as requested. 


  • At least 1 year of relevant work experience as a planner or procurement associate. 
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint & Outlook) 
  • Initiative-taking, self-directed, innovative, and able to work independently or among teams with keen judgement, common sense and resourcefulness 
  • Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills with commitment to quality work 
  • Incredible diligence  
  • Adapts and thrives in a demanding and fast-paced environment 
  • Superior communication and people skills (verbal, non-verbal, written), with the ability to build relationships at all levels, both internally and externally 
  • Understands and complies with the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of Green Thumb and the cannabis industry 
  • Consistently operates with an elevated level of professionalism and integrity, including dealing with confidential information 
  • Ability to anticipate needs, find alternative solutions and be proactive in achieving desired outcomes 
  • Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects 

Additional Requirements

  • Must pass any and all required background checks
  • Must be and remain compliant with all legal or company regulations for working in the industry

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